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 Need info: how to get MAP with ITBs! 
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I have done a bit of searching, and just need to talk to someone who has successfully run ITBs on either engine type.
As far as I can tell, I can run vacuum lines from each runner, into a small plenum, and get a smooth signal from that. Is this correct? If so, can I run the FPR signal from it, too?
I plan to make my own throttle bodies, so I'll have to make all of these components.

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November 17 2012, 8:23 PM
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fowljesse wrote:
I have done a bit of searching, and just need to talk to someone who has successfully run ITBs on either engine type.
As far as I can tell, I can run vacuum lines from each runner, into a small plenum, and get a smooth signal from that. Is this correct? If so, can I run the FPR signal from it, too?
I plan to make my own throttle bodies, so I'll have to make all of these components.


You have the right idea... You could run the FPR off it... all though the FPR doesn`t need a clean signal to work properly...


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